Forza Horizon 4 Gets Tons of Gameplay Showing Summer, Character and Car Customization, and More

Microsoft and Playground Games revealed a ton of gameplay of Forza Horizon 4, showing driving and plenty of customization.

on July 10, 2018 5:02 PM

Today Microsoft and Playground Games showcased a metric ton of gameplay of the upcoming open-world racing game Forza Horizon 4.

The gameplay, presented by Game Director Ralph Fulton and other members of the Playground team focused mostly on the summer season. The game will feature seasonal change once a week.

We get to see plenty of interesting elements including lots of driving, character and car customization, emotes, a glimpse of houses, breaking down a lot of walls, and even the return of drone mode.

Interestingly, we also saw the game played solo against drivatars, which is possible despite the fact that it’s “mostly online” as the developers said.

Speaking of character customization, there is no gender restriction on the clothes you can give your personal driver, so if you want to wear skirts on your male avatar, you can with no limitations.

You can watch it below. If you want to see more, you can enjoy the first screenshots and the first trailer. You can also read our hands-on preview from E3 2018.

Forza Horizon 4 launches on October 2nd for Xbox One and Windows 10. It can already be pre-ordered on Amazon.

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